Mr David Murray is a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon specialised in all aspects of hand & wrist surgery. Mr Murray is based around Cheshire and Manchester. Mr Murray areas of expertise include minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures, base of thumb arthritis, small joint replacement, trigger finger, carpal tunnel decompression and Dupuytrens contracture (including injection therapy). Mr Murray is a passionate member of his field and actively participates in teaching sessions and research projects. As well as being an instructor for the Advanced Trauma Life Support course, Mr Murray is also an honorary senior lecturer at the university of salford.
Mr Murray has a deep passion and interest in the treatment of all hand & wrist disorders. His dedication to his speciality has been recongised at national conventions and he has won numerous prizes for work he has carried out within his field. Mr Murray has presented his work, and lectured on sports injuries, at various international meetings in recent years, including the World Sport Trauma Congress and FIFA Football Medical Conference.
After completing his medical degree from the University of Manchester, Mr David Murray went on to complete further surgical training in Orthopaedics on the Northwest Orthopaedic rotation. In addition, Mr Murray has completed a hand & wrist fellowship at the world-renowned Wrightington Hospital.
University of Manchester
Fellowship - The Wrightington Hospital